With the largest selection of products and services to equip your venue, a trip to BTME in Harrogate this January is essential. There is no better show for securing your crucial groundscare products and optimising the quality of your playing surface.
Firmly established as Europe’s foremost turf care show, this unmissable event takes place from 18 – 20 January 2011 at Harrogate International Centre over three vibrant days in which Harrogate, UK, becomes the heart of the turf care industry. Harrogate Week has long been attracting a wide audience from the Turf Management Industry, from Football, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis and the large Stadia, as well as Golf.
Now in its 24th consecutive year, the exhibition encompasses every product in the industry including Aeration, Artificial Grass, Course Furniture, Drainage, Fertilisers, Groundscare Machinery and Equipment, Irrigation, Mowers, Sand, Soil, Top Dressing, Soil Biology, Spraying, Turf and Seeds, Waste Management, Recycling, Water, Lake and Pond Management, Wetting Agents and so much more. For the full list and to plan your visit see the Product Guide.
Harrogate Week is Europe’s largest indoor sports turf management exhibition where 45% of key decision makers attend with an annual budget of over £250k. Be a part of this annual event and get the chance to see the latest innovations and catch up with colleagues and feel at the heart of the professional turf care community.
NEW… for Continue to Learn 2011 Turf Managers’ Conference
Brand new for 2011 is the introduction of the “Turf Managers’ Conference”. Taking place on Monday 17 January, the new Conference has been developed specifically with Head Greenkeepers, Course Managers and those who manage turf, in mind.
There is a first-class line up of speakers:
• Dr John E. Kaminski, Assistant Professor, The Pennsylvania State University
• Dr Kate Entwistle, Turfgrass Pathologist, The Turf Disease Centre
• Robert Hunt, Chairman, International Design Group
• Stanley J. Kostka, PhD, Director – Technology and Innovation, Aquatrols Corporation
• Dr David Jones, Research Scientist, The Natural History Museum
Harrogate Week www.harrogateweek.org.uk